Guided Self-Publishing Part One (Virtual)

$250.00

**Select a date and time that works best with your schedule.**

Publish Her’s Guided Self-Publishing provides valuable insights for self-publishing your book, from ensuring it’s ready to publish and marketable to navigating ever-changing publishing platforms to publishing and promoting your finished product. Virtual sessions are led by publishing expert Chris Olsen. After you register, you select dates and times that works best with your schedule.

You must complete Guided Self-Publishing Part One before attending Guided Self-Publishing Part Two. Learn more.

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Publish Her’s Guided Self-Publishing provides valuable insights for self-publishing your book, from ensuring it’s ready to publish and marketable to navigating ever-changing publishing platforms to publishing and promoting your finished product. Virtual sessions are led by publishing expert Chris Olsen. After you register, you select dates and times that works best with your schedule.

In the first session, aspiring self-published authors like you learn about the publishing industry, evaluate publishing goals, and get guidance and resources for setting up your book for success, including essential information on editing, design and marketing.

Guided Self-Publishing Part One includes:

  • One 60-minute session via Zoom; participant selects a date and time
  • Downloadable class materials

*Guided Self-Publishing classes and coaching must be used within 60 days of purchase and are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Chris Olsen is the founder of Publish Her, a female-founded and focused publishing company, and Publish Her Story, a storytelling platform. Both organizations are dedicated to elevating the words, stories and writing of women. A broadcast media veteran turned communications consultant, educator and author of “Whyography: Building a Brand Fueled by Purpose,” Chris has helped thousands of women tell their stories and publish their books. Since 2018, her social enterprise has donated more than $250,000 in grants and services to women.